LINGUIST List 28.1039
Tue Feb 28 2017
Calls: Anthropological Ling, Ling & Lit, Pragmatics, Socioling, Text/Corpus Ling/Italy
Editor for this issue: Sarah Robinson <srobinsonlinguistlist.org>
Claudia Ortu <claudiaortu
Languaging Diversity - Language and Social Class E-mail this message to a friend
Full Title: Languaging Diversity - Language and Social Class
Short Title: L-Div-2017
Date: 28-Sep-2017 - 30-Sep-2017
Location: Cagliari, Italy
Contact Person: Claudia Ortu
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://sites.unica.it/l-div-2017/
Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Ling & Literature; Pragmatics; Sociolinguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Mar-2017
Languaging Diversity is an international conference organised by the I-LanD (Identity and Language Diversity) research centre. The conference is now at its fourth edition.
Conference dates: September 28-30, 2017, University of Cagliari (Italy).
2nd Call for Papers:
Deadline Extension (Panels):
The deadline for the submission of panels to the Languaging Diversity Conference – Language and Social Class has been extended. The New deadline is March 15 2017.
We remind you that panel submissions should be presented as one file, with a general introduction and the description of each individual contribution. Contributors to panels will not need to submit their individual papers separately.
The University of Cagliari, Italy, and the I-LanD (Identity and Language Diversity) research centre invite researchers and scholars to submit proposals for individual papers and panels on the following theme: Language and Social Class.
Following the three successful events hosted by the Universities of Naples (2013), Catania (2014) and Macerata (2016) where topics such as diversity, alterity and power have been explored with reference to gender, ethnicity and culture, we are now ready to tackle the elephant in the room: Social Class. As Machin and Richardson (2008) stated “discourses may be variously approached as (often simultaneously) reflecting class structures, as a site of class inequalities, as expressive of class identities or class consciousness and/or as a constituent part of more performative class action”. We thus invite contributions that investigate the role of language in reflecting, maintaining, enacting and inculcating ideas of and around social class in literary, non-literary and multimodal texts and discourse in all geographical and linguistic areas.
The following macro-areas and/or methodological approaches are to be understood as a general guideline and can be further extended:
- Critical Discourse Analysis
- Linguistic and cultural mediation
- Linguistic anthropology
- Corpus Linguistics
- Language crossing, switching, and mixing
- Language variation and language change
- Multimodal, digital and audio-visual discourse(s)
- Contrastive Pragmatics
- Ethnographic approaches to language
- Literary studies
- Cultural and postcolonial studies
- Popular culture
- History of ideas
Panels should be submitted by March 15 (extended).
Abstracts should be submitted by March 10.
Subject: Languaging Diversity International Conference Paper/Panel proposal
Title of Presentation
Author(s) names, institution, e-mail address
4 to 6 Keywords (at least 1 detailing the approach taken)
anonymised abstract 250-350 words as an attachment
Conference Languages: English and Spanish
After a review process, notification of abstract review decision together with presentation guidelines and Conference details will be emailed.
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